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MILADY- chapter 4
Infection control; Principles and Practices
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the body's ability to resist pathogens
What is an invasion of body tissues by disease-causing pathogens
before you can clean and disinfect clippers and outliners you must _________.
remove hair particles from clipper blades with a stiff brush
a pimple is a ________ infection
when a barber sees a client with head lice, he/she should _______.
not service the client
cocci are ______ - shaped bacteria that appear singly or in groups.
Staphylococci bacteria do not cause ________.
when handling an exposure incident, all single-use, contaminated objects should be _________.
discarded in a plastic bag and then place in a trash bag
AIDS is caused by _______.
how many categories does the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) have?
what is the mechanical process using soap and water or detergent and water to remove all visible dirt, debris, and many disease-causing germs from tools, implements, and equipment?
it is your professional and ______ responsibility to follow state and federal laws and rules.
what must you do before you clean tools, implements and equipment?
remove all visible dirt and debris.
inoculations can help give ______ immunity.
fumes from chemical applications and nail care products require proper ventilation by ________.
sophisticated filtration units
most pathogens of concern in the barbershop are adequately destroyed by ________.
standard EPA-registered disinfectants
______ is a situation in a barbershop that might cause the spread if HIV.
cutting an infected client with a tool that is then used on another client
what does complete immersion mean?
there is enough liquid in the container to cover all surfaces of the item being disinfected, including the handles.
which type of disinfectant is a form of formaldehyde and can have a very high pH?
what is the ability to produce the intended effect?
one antiseptic used in the barbershop is _______.
which type of agency sets the guidelines for the manufacturing, sale, and use of the equipment and chemical ingredients?
at minimum, disinfectants used in the barbershops must be ______.
bactericidal, virucidal, and fungicidal
federal and state laws require barbers to obtain Safety Data Sheet (SDS) from the chemical product manufacturers and/or distributors for ________ professional products they use.
a fungus can cause
a disease that has spread from one person to another is a _______ disease.
what are the guidelines published by the CDC that require the employer and employee to assume that any human blood and body fluids are potentially infectious?
a parasite commonly encountered in the barbering environment is _______.
what type of disinfectant contains sophisticated blends of compounds that work together to significantly increase their effectiveness?
what are disease-causing microorganisms that are carried in the body by blood or body fluids?
when handling an exposure incident, what should you do once your hands are clean and you have put gloves on?
apply slight pressure to the area with a moistened cotton round to stop the bleeding
what are the colonies of microorganisms that adhere to environmental surfaces, as well as the human body?
Cushion the client's ________ with a folded towel when washing an adult client's hair at the shampoo bowl
bacteria that stimulate the immune system are ______ bacteria.
how is HIV spread?
unprotected sexual contact
hepatitis can damage the _______.
all disinfectants should carry a _______.
EPA registration number
proper hand cleaning requires rubbing the hands together and using liquid soap, _________, a nailbrush, and a clean towel.
warm running water
the presence of pus is a _________.
sign of a bacterial infection
which category of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) includes routes of exposure, related symptoms, and acute and chronic effects?
_________ are resistant to antibiotics.
what process destroys all microbial life including spores?
bacilli are short ______ bacteria.
which agency was created as part of the U.S. department of Labor to regulate and enforce safety and health standards to protect employees in the workplace?
occupational safety and health administration (OSHA)
Spirilla are _______ shaped bacteria
disinfectants are pesticides and can be harmful if _______.
absorbed through the skin
as a precaution, always test water temperature ______ before applying to a clients hair or scalp.
on the inside of the wrist
what process uses chemicals to destroy most, but not necessarily all, harmful organisms on environmental surfaces?
what is a chemical germicide that has been formulated for use on the skin and is registered and regulated by the Food and Drug Administration?
which should you do when handling disinfectants?
use tongs, gloves, or a draining basket to remove implements from disinfectants.
what are chemical products that destroy most bacteria ( excluding spores), fungi, and viruses on surfaces?
check your state's website _______ for any change or update to the rules and regulations.
tuberculosis is caused by the same type of bacteria as ______ .
which category of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) lists emergency procedures, protective equipment, and proper methods of containment and cleanup?
Accidental release measures
what are the steps of infection control?
cleaning and disinfecting
another name for the inactive stage of bacterial growth and reproduction is the ______ stage.
the spread of the bloodborne pathogens can occur in the barbershop whenever_______.
the skin is broken
the most frequently encountered fungal infections resulting from hair services is ______.
when following the proper hand washing procedure, what is the minimum amount of time you must rub your hands together?
which type of agency regulates licensing, enforcement, and your conduct when you are working in the barbershop?
which type of disinfectant is excellent at removing grime and oils from metals?
rings should not be worn on the ________ fingers.
index and middle
an example of a bloodborne pathogen is _______.
Flagella are used for ______ by bacilli and spirilla
a ______ infection is when the pathogen has distributed throughout the body rather than staying in one area or organ.
syphilis is caused by a bacteria called __________.
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